Nothing Says ‘Small-Town Feel’ Like Community Toilets

The Bronx: Car-free Sundays return to the Grand Concourse. [Streetsblog]
Clinton Hill: Hollenback Garden invites all the neighbors to soil the soil, but wait until the composting toilet is built on Saturday. [Clinton Hill Blog]
East Village: One Ten 3rd is still not ready for human occupancy, but for now it's populated by a bunch of Sub-Zero refrigerators. [Curbed]
Jackson Heights: The normally private gardens here are open to the rest of us schlubs for the weekend. [OuterB]
Kensington: Virgin doesn't even bother giving this underrated neighborhood its own ad. They just get a generic "Brooklyn" one. [Kensington Blog]
Park Slope: Anyone want to buy Seventh Avenue Books? It's "priced to sell." [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn]